PacketTrap Networks believes that there is an opportunity for a solution that provides IT System Administrators and Network Engineers with more effective options and better price points that what is available today
San Francisco, Calif. (PRWEB) October 24, 2007
PacketTrap Networks (http://www.PacketTrap.com) today announced that it has launched "The Packet Scoop," (http://blog.PacketTrap.com) a mix of personal experiences, opinions and technical information about topics relevant to the network management community. These topics include networking tools, market acceptance of software as a service (SaaS), open source solutions, and opinions about other network management solutions.
The Packet Scoop began on Google's blogspot to chronicle PacketTrap CEO Steve Goodman's search for the most affordable, simple and effective network management solution. The blog detailed his findings that shaped his ideas for what has become PacketTrap's technology roadmap today. Now part of PacketTrap's corporate website, the main purpose of the blog is to present PacketTrap's product development ideas and other feedback that has been gathered from the network engineering community. Postings on the blog record the birth of the PT360 network management toolsuite, a solution that was purpose-built for network engineers.
"PacketTrap Networks believes that there is an opportunity for a solution that provides IT System Administrators and Network Engineers with more effective options and better price points that what is available today," said Goodman. "There is a huge gap between free and/or open source solutions and expensive, over-featured commercial solutions and PacketTrap's network management tools fill that void."
PacketTrap Networks provides affordable enterprise-class network management tools and solutions including, the PT360 Toolsuite. The company's network management tools encompass a vast array of network management, network monitoring, network analytics and network diagnostics capabilities. These tools, which were built by engineers for engineers, are integrated and managed within PTiControl, PacketTrap's centralized, personalized dashboard that provides a global view of the IT environment. More information can be found at http://www.PacketTrap.com.